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|Avg. Flight Duration:|
2 hours 19 minutes
|Flights Depart from:||Paris|
|Flights arrive in:||Venice|
|Airlines:||Ryanair, Iberia, Vueling, Air France, easyJet|
Direct Paris to Venice flights offer travelers frequent daily connections with a choice of airports. there are regular services from Orly, Charles De Gaulle and Beauvais airports to Venice Marco Polo or Treviso. Departure options include morning, afternoon and evening services, with flight times to the Adriatic city averaging around one hour and 45 minutes.
The French national carrier Air France, low-cost airline Vueling and budget carrier easyJet operate daily flights from Paris Charles De Gaulle to Venice Marco Polo Airport. There are also direct easyJet services to Venice from Orly. Budget operator Ryanair has direct daily flights from Beauvais to Venice Treviso, so there is a choice of airlines and airports for Paris to Venice flights.
The fastest flights from Paris to Venice are easyJet departures from Orly, taking one hour and 35 minutes to complete the 844 km journey south-east to the lagoon city. Other flights on this route take around five to ten minutes longer.
There are ten to 14 daily direct Paris to Venice flights, with the greatest frequency on Thursdays and the fewest departures on Saturdays. The easyJet schedule offers three flights daily from Charles De Gaulle from Sunday to Friday and at least three every day from Orly. Ryanair has a daily departure from Paris Beauvais.
Departure airport: Charles De Gaulle airport is 30 km from central Paris, with RER trains or the express Roissybus taking 30 minutes to reach the terminal. Orly is 13 km south of Paris connected by RER line B and Orlyval shuttle, which take around 35 minutes. Beauvais is about 75 km north of Paris, with bus connections taking an hour and 15 minutes. Both are large airports offering Wifi connectivity and a range of dining and shopping options.
Arrival airport: Marco Polo Airport is located 8 km north of the city center, connected by local buses and a vaporetto water bus service, taking around 30 minutes to the city. Treviso Airport is about 40 km north of Venice, connected by bus services taking 40 minutes to an hour to reach the center.